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107TH CAVALRY IMAGES 1941-42



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107TH CAVALRY IMAGES 1941-42

Coats of arms: The unit crest shield is yellow for Cavalry. The bend charged with the alerions, taken from the arms of Lorraine, is representative of World War I service and is red to indicate that the 107th Cavalry served as Field Artillery during World War I. The Roman Sword in sheath is for Spanish-American War service and the cactus for Mexican Border duty. The motto translates to “To Act, Not To Speak.”



1942-43 Magazine advertising ad featuring the 107th Cavalry with their motorcycles, jeeps, and scout cars. (Margaret Davis Image Collection)


(Margaret Davis Image Collection)


(Margaret Davis Image Collection)


(Margaret Davis Image Collection)


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WALTER J. SCHWEITZER TROOP "C" 107TH CAVALRY HORSE/MECHANIZED, FORT ORD, DEC. 1941
Walter J. Schweitzer Troop “C” 107th Cavalry Horse/Mechanized, Fort Ord, Dec. 1941

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107TH HORSE/MECHANIZED CAVALRY WEBSITE
107th Horse/Mechanized Cavalry Website


THE ARMY VETERINARY SERVICE DURING THE GREAT WAR, WW1
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Veterinary Corps in WW1


FORT ORD U.S. ARMY STATION VETERINARY HOSPITAL (HORSE) WW2
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Fort Ord U.S. Army Station Veterinary Hospital (Horse) WW2


11TH CAVALRY PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, 1919 TO 1940
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11th Cavalry Presidio of Monterey, 1919 to 1940


76TH FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, 1922 TO 1940
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76th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Battalion





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U.S. Army Veterinary Corps Historical Preservation Group is a group of individuals that are concerned about the preservation of the History of the Veterinary Corps, Remount Service and Cavalry or wherever our country’s history is being lost in conjunction with our beloved “Horse and Mule”. There is no cost to join and membership is for life. We believe by uniting together in numbers we will be a more powerful force to be heard. Our membership list is private and only used to contact our members. Email us and become a member.

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